The highly anticipated follow-up to "The Bachelorette", titled "The Bachelorette: Men Tell All" will air tonight.
"The Bachelorette" star Emily Maynard confronts former contestant Kalon McMahon, who called her 6-year-old daughter Ricki "baggage," for the first time since he was eliminated in episode 5 for the statement.
"Good Morning America" recently played a sneak peek of the upcoming episode, showing an excerpt from the single mother's conversation with Kalon McMahon.
"That meeting between Emily and Kalon, that was the first time she had seen him since she told him to leave," Bachelorette" host Chris Harrison told Us Weekly at the ESPY Awards in L.A. July 11. "I just wasn't expecting his reaction, her reaction. It's very good."
"I want to go out there and rip his limbs off and beat him with them', said Maynard in the explosive episode following his elimination. "I will never as long as I live let anyone speak ill of Ricki or any other kids I may have or husband I may have. I want to go West Virginia, hood rat, backwoods on his ass. That's how much I love my daughter."
Harrison also said to US Weekly: "I think the biggest drama - and I wasn't expecting it - was the emotion out of Chris [Bukowski] and Sean [Lowe] seeing Emily again."
Viewers will not know if Maynard chooses race car driver Arie Luyendyk, Jr., 30, or entrepreneur Jef Holm, 27, until the July 22 finale.
Harrison told Us Weekly that he's "happy with how it all turned out for her."
"I think she handled herself just excellent the entire way through. I love how she spoke her mind like a normal woman would in a lot of situations, whether it was telling Kalon to get the f--k out, or crying like she did when saying goodbye to Sean... I love the way she acted the entire season," concluded Harrison.
The ABC Reality television series is currently in its 8th season. This season's show premiered on May 14, 2012, featuring Emily Maynard and 25 men. Maynard was chosen by Brad Womack in the fifteenth season of "The Bachelor", but they split after the show ended.